Collusion inquiry 'needed to protect sovereignty'

The government needs to hold a public inquiry to ‘‘protect Irish sovereignty’’, according to one of the authors of last week’s Oireachtas committee report into British collusion in bombings in the Republic in the 1970s.

2nd December, 2006

The government needs to hold a public inquiry to ‘‘protect Irish sovereignty’’, according to one of the authors of last week’s Oireachtas committee report into British collusion in bombings in the Republic in the 1970s.

The report found significant and ‘‘disturbing’’ evidence of British government collusion in the Dublin airport bomb in 1975, the Kays Tavern bomb in Dundalk in 1975 and a bombing in Castleblayney in Monaghan in...

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